Type of works: supply of Franke Sissons' Water Management system.
Dublins new Criminal Courts project began on site in 2007 and was completed for January 2010 three months ahead of schedule. A PFI project, the total cost at the end of the 25 year term was £300m. There are 22 new courts in the 11-storey building, whose corridors, lifts and stairs have been laid out to ensure judiciary, defendants, solicitors and barristers do not meet before going into court. The courts encompass courts of Criminal Appeal, Special Criminal Court, Central Criminal Court and District Courts. A key element of the capacity of the new building is that up to 38 prisoners may be held on the site at any one time.
Franke Sissons supplied a package of Water Management controls and software to monitor and control the water consumption for the 38 stainless-steel combination sanitation units and associated shower areas. The Water Management system is an innovative method of networking the products together to provide a central control facility for security buildings and other commercial installations requiring a reduction in water consumption and monitoring of a large number separate installations at the same time.
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